Ways of Modernizing Education and Improving the Research Skills of Young People

Publication date: September 2023

CONTENT

Volume 1 – ISBN: 978-1-911634-95-9

Volume 2 – ISBN: 978-1-911634-96-6

Volume 3 – ISBN: 978-1-911634-97-3

Guest Editors: Liudmyla H. Obek | pr.obek@yahoo.com

Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Theo Gavrielides | contact@rj4allpublications.com

Guest-Editor: Liudmyla H. Obek

Author of scientific articles on using social networks and popular websites for educational purposes and articles on functions of literature during the educational process. Has experience in technical and artistic editing of textbooks and manuals. Served as guest editor of a special issue of the Review of Education dedicated to the development of education research in ex-Soviet states.

The Special Issue

The purpose of the special issue is to identify current trends and ways to solve existing problems during the education of young people. In addition, it is important to highlight innovations and modernization in the education sector, which will help to improve the level of education of young people. This will contribute to the development of the necessary skills for future employment and self-realization of young people. The researchers also aimed to identify methods, styles, and types of learning that will help develop a personality and adapt to the external environment.

The Originality of the Special Issue 

 Thanks to the work of the researchers, new ways and programs have been found to improve education for young people, making the learning process modernized, interesting, and much more effective. The issue highlights the influence of the social environment on the psychological and emotional impact of young people and identifies solutions to improve this situation in the modern world.

An indicative list of themes and key features of the Special Issue 

1. Modernization of distance learning to improve the self-educational skills of young people.

2. Problems of youth training in post-Soviet higher educational institutions.

3. New methods of teaching students in higher education institutions.

4. Psychological and emotional state of young people in the modern world.

5. Helping young people develop the necessary soft and hard skills for employment.

About the Journal 

The Youth Voice Journal (YVJ®) is a leading, international, multidisciplinary and double-blind peer-reviewed journal that specialises in theoretical and empirical research about issues affecting young people worldwide.

The Youth Voice Journal (ISNN 2056-2969) is ranked and indexed by Scopus, ORCID, Kudos, EBSCO Information Services, The European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS) and Criminal Justice Abstracts. YVJ is also a member of COPE, and we adhere to codes of conduct for journal editors.

An independent Academic and Editorial Board manages the YVJ and seeks to provide a reference source for academia, policymakers and youth services internationally.

YVJ™ aims to include the following:

  • – Create knowledge and contribute to the literature by publishing high-quality research on issues affecting young people;
  • – Establish and develop youth-led methods in research and social policy-making;
  • – Provide a platform for the international exchange of ideas with the aim of influencing policies and practices;
  • – Actively encourage and aid those young people whose voices are rarely heard, and support them to publish their research.

Editorial Policy 

If you wish to contribute to the YVJ, please consult our Author Guidelines and Editorial Policy. We aim to have every manuscript peer-reviewed within a 4-6 week time frame before publication. The Youth Voice Journal is published by RJ4All Publications, a branch of Restorative Justice for All (RJ4All) International Institute. RJ4All is an international NGO with a mission to advance community and social cohesion and redistribute power within society at the local, national and international levels.

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